1950 Pallone d'Oro

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The 1950 Pallone d'Oro was the 17th annual ceremony of the Pallone d'Oro, presented by La Gazetta dello Sport, and recognising the best footballers in the world in 1950.

The nominees for the ceremony were announced on 12 December 1950.

During this ceremony, Ferenc Puskas becomes the first player to win the Pallone d'Oro 3 times in a row.

Nominees[edit | edit source]

Player Team Nationality
Ademir de Menezes Brazil Vasco da Gama  Brazil
Estanislao Basora Spain FC Barcelona  Spain
José Carlos Bauer Brazil São Paulo  Brazil
Giampiero Boniperti Italy Juventus  Italy
József Bozsik Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary
Alcides Ghiggia Uruguay Peñarol  Uruguay
Gunnar Gren Italy Milan  Sweden
John Hansen Italy Juventus  Denmark
Jair Brazil Palmeiras  Brazil
Nils Liedholm Italy Milan  Sweden
Rinaldo Martino Italy Juventus  Argentina
Norberto Méndez Argentina Racing Club  Argentina
Óscar Míguez Uruguay Peñarol  Uruguay
Gunnar Nordahl Italy Milan  Sweden
Ernst Ocwirk Austria Austria Wien  Austria
Karl Aage Praest Italy Juventus  Denmark
Ferenc Puskás Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary
Antoni Ramallets Spain FC Barcelona  Spain
Victor Rodríguez Andrade Uruguay Central Español  Uruguay
Juan Alberto Schiaffino Uruguay Peñarol  Uruguay
Obdulio Varela Uruguay Peñarol  Uruguay
Walter Zeman Austria Rapid Wien  Austria
Zizinho Brazil Flamengo  Brazil

Jury[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Position Player Team Nationality Points
1 Ferenc Puskás Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary 58
2 Ademir de Menezes Brazil Vasco da Gama  Brazil 31
Zizinho Brazil Flamengo  Brazil
4 Gunnar Nordahl Italy Milan  Sweden 30
5 Juan Alberto Schiaffino Uruguay Peñarol  Uruguay 24
6 Rinaldo Martino Italy Juventus  Argentina 19
7 Stanley Matthews England Blackpool  Great Britain 12
8 Nils Liedholm Italy Milan  Sweden 5
9 Giampiero Boniperti Italy Juventus  Italy 4
Gunnar Gren Italy Milan  Sweden
11 Norberto Méndez Argentina Racing Club  Argentina 3
Ernst Ocwirk Austria Austria Wien  Austria
13 Estanislao Basora Spain Barcelona  Spain 2
14 József Bozsik Hungary Budapest Honvéd  Hungary 1
John Hansen Italy Juventus  Denmark
Karl Aage Praest Italy Juventus  Denmark
Antoni Ramallets Spain Barcelona  Spain
Walter Zeman Austria Rapid Wien  Austria

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